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Could the Civil Rights Act pass today?

Could the Civil Rights Act pass today?

07/02/14 02:40PM

Mark Updegrove, historian and director of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, joins Joy Reid to discuss the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, and whether the same law would pass in today’s 113th Congress. watch

Generations of civil rights leaders

Generations of civil rights leaders

07/02/14 02:32PM

In the ‘Generation to Generation’ msnbc original series, we look at those who fought in the Civil Rights Movement, and at the new leaders carrying on that legacy by fighting for voting rights today. watch

Israelis, Palestinians clash over deaths

Israelis, Palestinians clash over deaths

07/02/14 02:01PM

Kidnappings and the deaths of four teenagers have led Israelis and Palestinians into a potentially escalating conflict. NBC’s Ayman Mohyeldin and Raghida Dergham, Al-Hayat’s senior diplomatic correspondent, join Joy Reid to discuss. watch

Americans: The new World Cup fans

Americans: The new World Cup fans

07/01/14 02:42PM

Former U.S. women’s national soccer team goalkeeper Briana Scurry and The Nation’s sports editor Dave Zirin join Joy Reid to discuss the changing American demographics creating a love of the World Cup. watch

Aftermath after Israel finds teens

Aftermath after Israel finds teens

07/01/14 02:14PM

After sending air strikes to Gaza, Israel will decide how to further respond to the deaths of three teenage boys. Raghida Dergham, senior diplomatic correspondent for Al Hayat newspaper, joins Joy Reid to discuss. watch

Lawrenceville School Statement

07/01/14 02:03PM

The Lawrenceville School sent us a response to Peterson's allegations, which we read in part during the show. This is the school's full response, which addresses the Buzzfeed article that first broke this story, "What Happens When A Prep School’s Black Student President Mocks Her White Male Classmates." read more

Facebook’s ethics questioned

Facebook’s ethics questioned

06/30/14 02:41PM

Facebook is receiving a backlash for using user data to conduct research that intentionally manipulated the emotions of almost 700,000 subjects. Reed Albergotti, Wall Street Journal tech reporter, and Lauren DeLisa Coleman, Daily Beast contributor and tec watch

SCOTUS: The story of Roberts' court

SCOTUS: The story of Roberts' court

06/30/14 02:17PM

Laurence Tribe, Harvard Law School professor and co-author of ‘Uncertain Justice: The Roberts Court and the Constitution,’ joins Joy Reid to discuss Chief Justice John Roberts’s power to shape major decisions that affect our everyday lives. watch

Aftermath of the Hobby Lobby case

Aftermath of the Hobby Lobby case

06/30/14 02:01PM

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hobby Lobby, arguing that Obamacare’s mandate requiring employers to provide coverage for contraception was in violation of a corporation’s religious freedom. NBC’s Pete Williams, co-host of The Cycle Ari Melber, mic.co watch

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